Colourful, Warm and Sweet…

Recycled Silk Series… The chair, ottoman and stool designed by Meb Rue are the sweet designs created by using silk balls filled with sponge inside like yarns.


The ethnic-inspired comfortable designs bring happiness and colour to the atmosphere. The series made from American white oak and recycled silk yarns from Nepal attract attention.


To decrease the carbon footprint while transporting legs are designed to easily assemble and disassemble even by one hand.


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